Advocate Health Bill Pay
- Patients who received medical care at an Advocate Health Care facility can make a payment to their account online any time of day with a major credit or debit card, or a bank draft from a checking account
- If an Advocate Health patient expects they’ll have trouble making payments towards their account, they can receive information about free financial assistance
- An Advocate Health payment made online will be applied to the patient’s account within 24 to 48 business hours of the time payment is made, so if it’s near the due date, it’s recommended that patients actually call in their payment
The Advocate Health Care Bill Pay service is set up for people who are patients of Advocate Health Care (including facilities like Good Samaritan, Good Shepherd, Sherman, Christ Medical Center and Condell) to make a payment towards their account online. To begin making a payment towards an Advocate Health bill, customers just need to select what medical center they visited, and then log in to their specific account with that service. Patients who don’t yet have an online account set up will need to create one by using their patient number (this appears on their Advocate Health bill) and their six digit date of birth. Patients who set up an Advocate account online will have instant access to their account, including viewing the current balance, seeing a financial breakdown of charges, and seeing when their next payment is due. What sort of financial assistance is available through Advocate? Any patient of Advocate is eligible to apply for financial assistance, regardless of their financial status. Advocate helps patients understand and apply for various government assistance programs, apply for worker’s compensation claims, set up an extended payment plan, and apply for the “Advocate Financial Assistance” program.
To contact Advocate Health
- Business Office/Financial Counselor, P.O. Box 2450, Bloomington, IL 61702
- Call (847) 390-5900